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Benefits of Certification

The Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Certification Academy exists to allow physicians, sonographers and advanced practice providers a means to validate their expertise in POCUS while setting a standard of care for the practice and improvement of global health. Clinical Certificates and Specialty Certification stand as a commitment to your profession, organization and most importantly, patients. The specific benefits of pursuing Certificates or Specialty Certification include:

  • Demonstrates commitment to excellence in patient care
  • Documents the highest attainable standard in POCUS
  • Provides a critical edge in supporting patient safety
  • Communicates to your peers and patients a commitment to safe, ethical practice
  • Validates knowledge and expertise in POCUS
  • Promotes continued growth and professional development
  • Offers a competitive edge for your career
  • Enhances your professional reputation

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